Re: Which bike to flip for profit?
The only thing that makes me wary is the fact that I can't check the bearings, weight, and friction surfaces. I'm concerned that I would have to buy one used if mine shows too much runout or the bearings are worn, but then the replacement is just as bad.
The fours are loads of fun to work on, but finding parts for the 350F is a joke. Also, 750's had too many different configurations for me to be fully confident with them.
My worries aside, which would yield a greater profit, is widely available, and has reasonable and readily available parts?